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So I have been reading a LOT of negative reviews on here. Yes, we all know that there were server issues for a while upon launch. Let's be realistic, there were several MILLION people attempting to log in within the first few hours. Anyone who has ever been a part of a launch for a massively talked about game that's online only should know to expect issues like this. Personally, I was logged on in the first 4 minutes after launch, and played for about 5 hours without a hitch afterwards. However, I was also prepared for large issues logging on. The open beta could not prepare them for the sheer number of people trying to play. I can say that Blizzard, in the few days since release, have made a huge effort to fix the issues, and accomplished so with some success. With the log-in issues out of the way, which seem to account for most of the 1 star reviews on here, let's look at the actual game.
First off, I think Blizzard did a wonderful job on this game. It retains a lot of the old Diablo II-ish feel, satiating the itches of the older generation of gamers who played D2. It is also fresh enough to attract and entertain a broad range of new gamers. It is easy enough (normal mode) for the casual gamer, while still being fun. It will definitely be a challenge for people in the Inferno difficulty. People sit around whining about how easy it is. You are most likely reviewing the game in Act I of normal mode. Give it some time. Having just finished the game on normal mode, and started into Nightmare, I can say from experience, that the game gets more challenging. Every difficulty level comes with new monster abilities, new gear, and new experiences.
Combat-wise, it is exactly what it needs to be. Cooldowns for some abilties keeps spamming to a minimum, which adds another degree of balance and challenge to the game. No potion spamming forces people to play smarter, not just rushing into a boss fight without some preparation. The animations are well-done, easily distinguishable.
Skills can be changed and modified with runes, as long as they are not on cooldown. I love this. It lets you try any of the billions of builds without total commitment, which I personally think is fantastic. Having to worry about misplacing a skill point in many conventional MMOs I see as a sort of boon. Not only are there 4-5 skills per skill "type," but each skill has a number of runes, which completely change the looks/effects/damage of the skill. There is no penalty for changing skills until later difficulties, at which point the penalty will be losing your magic-find buff stacks.
The items are nice, I especially like that the item tiers(looks) are split up by sections of the game. The gear gets progressively cooler looking the further you progress. At most points in the game, you should have a close to matching set of gear at any given time. Most upgrades dont feel gigantic, which is perfect, because unless you're already playing the end game, you still have a long way to go gear-wise. The models dont look amazing, but it's a Diablo game, it wasn't created to have incredible graphics. It was created for everyone to be able to enjoy, regardless of whether they have a high-end gaming rig or not.
I enjoy the crafting system. It supplements gear that you don't find as drops, doesn't require you to farm materials, and is a good money-dump for that excess gold you have sitting around. It is definitely not necessary to level, but has provided me with some decent gear throughout normal mode. The gem crafter is a bit more important, but also cheaper to train up.
Overall, the game has been extremely satisfying so far. The cutscenes are well made, combat is ever changing, and there is something for everyone to enjoy. If people can get past their initial disappointment with the server errors after launch, I think this is a game that can be enjoyed by a wide market, from casual to hardcore, for years to come.
What all of the other reviews say is true - This is comparable to the second AND third comings of Jesus Christ combined.
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People who diss the post-Waters Pink Floyd have not really listened to this album. It is a very good album, and a return to the classic Floyd sound in more ways than one. One of the reasons is that the guitar solos and overall sound return the that sound, and it marks the return of Rick Wright as a full-time member, and the return of Dick Parry on saxophone. Also it is a themed album, unlike Momentary Lapse. For Gilmour to go to a themed album on his second try as main lyricist of the Floyd is quite a feat. Keep Talking is excellent, Coming Back To Life, Lost For Words, What Do You Want From Me, A Great Day For Freedom, and more are good as well, and then of course High Hopes. Also Marooned is quite possibly the best Floyd instrumental ever, and the only PF song to win a Grammy Award.
And if this is the last studio album ever released by the legendary Pink Floyd (which I sincerely hope it's not, though it's looking more and more that way with each passing year), then I'm glad they went out on a high note!